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lennart 484947 1 Baling silage - views from the cab either
Baling silage - views from the cab
Yesterday we were baling with both balers at the same field, and I took some pictures on the fly. Maybe not the best quality with the tractor mowing and jumping, and not the cleanest windows (had to throug many pictures due to that the camera focused on the window).
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Baling silage - views from the cab
We baled at a 14 ha field which are quite hilly.

I drove the Valmet 2005 with the Welger RP 220 baler and my brother in law the JD 6920s with the Welger RP 535.
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Baling silage - views from the cab
View out from 2005 cab. The gauge and the hose shows the flow of silage additives.
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Baling silage - views from the cab
The other baler at one end, here they had left a spot due to that it was to wet in the ground, I had to use the 4WD most of the time, normally we never have it engaged at baling.
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Baling silage - views from the cab
Overview of the field. To the left next field. This is one of our biggest customers - 80 cows and app. 35 ha in 2nd and 3rd cut, first cut the chop most silage.
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Baling silage - views from the cab
When we started the farmer had some trouble and noone came to transport the bales so the wrapper had to fetch them, but soon the farmer was in place.
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Baling silage - views from the cab
Soon the farmer came out with his Case 5130 chasing bales....
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Baling silage - views from the cab
...and here he takes one on the rear....
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Baling silage - views from the cab
...and here he goes with another bale in the front loader.
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Baling silage - views from the cab
After a while the farmer and his helper had collected most bales laying in the field, so they could take a rest.;-)

But our wrapper had to hurry, now he was far behind us balers, normally we try to avoid more time than half an hour between balin and wrapping, but at 3rd cut and with lower temperatures we can wait more.
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Baling silage - views from the cab
View of baler with open hoods at test after changing the net.
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Baling silage - views from the cab
End of day - end of field - end of photos!
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Re: Baling silage - views from the cab
Hi Lennart, beautiful pics and sure you live in a fantastic country!!!! :-)
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Re: Baling silage - views from the cab
good shots,especally the last one.
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Re: Baling silage - views from the cab
nice photo's Lennart !
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Re: Baling silage - views from the cab
As always, a nice collection of pics :-)
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Re: Baling silage - views from the cab
As usual very nice photos and as always I love your comments on each photo.

Tony
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Re: Baling silage - views from the cab
Thanks everybody!!:-)
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